BENETEAU 57, 2005, all GRP with teak decks, blue hull, pedestal steering, centre cockpit. Yanmar 160hp diesel engine, bow thruster, generator, air conditioning, watermaker. Cutter rigged sloop with electric genoa furling. Sleeps 10 in 5 cabins, twin cabins forward, en-suite, twin cabins aft en-suite and passage cabin with upper/lower bunks with day heads next door. Large saloon with curved seating around table to port, settee and chart table to starboard. Semi enclosed fully equipped galley/passageway leads to port aft cabin. Features Raymarine navigation equipment, full safety gear, sprayhood and bimini, tender and 2 outboards.
All set up for long distance comfort cruising.
Currently out the water, New Caledonia.
Ideal for sailing off into the sunset, or a charter business.
BENETEAU 57, 2005
LOA: 17.60m LWL: 17.20m BEAM: 4.93m DRAFT: 2.60m DISP: 22,055kg
Designer: Farr Yacht Design
All GRP with teak decks and toe rails. Centre cockpit with pedestal steering, no leather cover.
Blue hull with white topsides.
Standard lead keel.
Hydraulic inlaid teak folding boarding platform/transom with remote control.
Liferaft storage locker under boarding platform steps, currently used for storing 4 jerry cans. Liferafts stored on deck.
Sail locker forward with shelves and ladder access.
Yanmar 4LHA-HTP 160hp 4 cylinder diesel engine.
Engine hours approximately 4,500 at 01/20. Engine serviced August 2019, prior to the delivery to current location.
Shaft drive to folding propeller.
Stern crane for large outboard engine, but will lift tender without the engine on board. This cannot be used as a davit during passage. Space for dinghy storage on aft or forward deck.
Fuel capacity of 800 litres in 3 tanks, the forward tank custom made. Plus another 20 litres using a jerry can
Water capacity of 1,000 litres in 4 rigid polyester tanks
4 x holding tanks, 2 forward WCs share one tank, located in sail locker
12/24/220v electrical systems
Onan 9.5kva generator, last serviced April 2018, hours unknown. Last used 10/18
Reverse cycle air conditioning
40a 24v battery charger
20a 12v battery charger
Shore power with cable
Solar panel(needs installation)
12v socket in cockpit
1 x 12v 80a engine alternator
1 x 24v 55a engine alternator
12v 140ah engine start battery, 03/17
Service battery bank 24v, 4 x 12v 140ah batteries, 04/18
12v service battery, 03/17
Generator start battery, 03/17
Victron battery monitor
All interior lights LED
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Water heated in Raritan 42 litre tank with 220v immersion heater or engine heat exchanger
ENWA MT 4500 SSH watermaker, 185 lph, flushed through winter 2019
Sloop with cutter rig.
Anodised aluminium boom.
Cutter stay fitted 2017.
Roller furling genoa with Bamar electric furler.
Spinnaker pole x 2.
Lazy bag and lazy jacks.
Stainless steel standing rigging and chainplates.
2 x Harken 66.2 ESTC genoa winches
1 x Harken 48.2 ESTC electric manoeuvring winch to port
1 x Harken 48.2 STC manual manoeuvring winch
2 x Harken 53.2 STC spinnaker winches in the cockpit
1 x Harken 46.2 STC spinnaker winch on the mast
Fully battened main 2005
Genoa 100% 2005, but unused until 2017
Storm jib 2005
Sleeps 10 in 5 cabins. Twin forward cabins with double berths, en-suite WC and hand basin with shared shower. Twin aft cabins with double berths, fully en-suite with WC, hand basin and shower. Passage cabin aft to starboard with upper lower bunks. Day heads next door with WC and hand basin. Marine WCs connected to holding tanks.
Spacious saloon with C shaped seating around table to port, further double settee to starboard, with navigation station aft. Blue upholstery. Passageway galley to port, leading to port aft cabin.
Central engine room with access door.
Companionway steps to large centre cockpit with ample locker storage and seating. Aft deck area, and lowering transom/bathing platform with steps.
Raymarine RAY240 VHF radios at chart table and cockpit
Raymarine log, speed and depth, with ST290 displays at chart table and cockpit
Plastimo steering compass + deviation table
Raymarine wind speed and direction
Garmin 5012 plotter with touchscreen
Iridium Go satellite phone with external antenna, 2017
Raymarine equipment original
4-burner gas cooker with oven, gimballed
130 litre front opening fridge
100 litre top opening cool box
Electric extractor fan
Stereo music system with radio/CD/MP3
Saloon and cockpit speakers
Lofrans electric 1800w windlass with remote and chain counter
35kg Delta anchor
32kg Danforth anchor
100m of chain, new 2018 + 50m of rope
Swimming ladder, stainless steel with wooden steps
Johnson 15hp outboard engine, 2005
Mercury 4hp outboard engine, 2005
Hot and cold shower in opening transom
Teak cockpit table with icebox
Folding teak seats on pushpits
Outboard engine bracket
Caribe 3.20 tender, 2005/6
Large selection of spare parts
Stern crane to lift 15hp outboard engine.
Many tools, including a sanding machine and a high pressure cleaner
Currently out the water. Very well equipped for long distance cruising.
Ideal for family use or charter business.
Photos from February 2020.
Only for sale due to time constraints.
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